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Why am I dizzy all the time?

5 doctors weighed in
Dr. James Okamoto
Family Medicine
4 doctors agree

In brief: Lots of causes

There are a lot of causes for dizziness, and you need to have a thorough history and exam in order to determine the cause.
Sometimes it is easy to diagnose: low blood pressure, anemia, low blood sugar, and sometimes it is not. Try to give as much information as possible to your doctor to aid in the diagnosis: when it 1st started, how long it lasts, what things make it better or worse, etc.

In brief: Lots of causes

There are a lot of causes for dizziness, and you need to have a thorough history and exam in order to determine the cause.
Sometimes it is easy to diagnose: low blood pressure, anemia, low blood sugar, and sometimes it is not. Try to give as much information as possible to your doctor to aid in the diagnosis: when it 1st started, how long it lasts, what things make it better or worse, etc.
Dr. James Okamoto
Dr. James Okamoto
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Dr. Donald Colantino
Internal Medicine

In brief: Dizziness

There are two types of dizziness- spinning(vertigo) and lightheadedness.
Vertigo is often due to an inner ear problem while lightheadedness may be due to low blood pressure,anemia,slow heart rate, stomach upset, visual disturbance,etc. Your physician will evaluate and advise you.

In brief: Dizziness

There are two types of dizziness- spinning(vertigo) and lightheadedness.
Vertigo is often due to an inner ear problem while lightheadedness may be due to low blood pressure,anemia,slow heart rate, stomach upset, visual disturbance,etc. Your physician will evaluate and advise you.
Dr. Donald Colantino
Dr. Donald Colantino
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